In which we look back on all the strange, infuriating and preposterous things that went down in 2018 and say, “Sayonara!”
San Jose has arrived at a fork in the road: we can either tax tech to build homes and transit, or we can recommit to a broken status quo.
Google forked over $1 billion for a business park in Mountain View, making it by far the biggest real estate buy in the Bay Area this year.
San Jose reached a milestone in its land negotiations with Google, releasing a purchase agreement that comes up for a vote next month.
As local governments chase universal connectivity, San Jose considers how to digitize a city already grappling with user error.
Unless changed, the proposed Google Diridon development will aggravate our housing crisis in San Jose, not improve it.
The Google development will lead to a more vibrant San Jose. But we don’t have to wait seven years to shed the bedroom community moniker.
A group of residents concerned about displacement and gentrification have formed a coalition to disrupt the Google-San Jose negotiations.